CSCI-UA.0002-001 - Fall 2011
Office phone: 998-3152
Rm. 322 WWH
Office hours: Tues. / Thurs. 3:30 - 4:30
Welcome to CSCI-UA.0002 Sec. 001 for Fall 2011!
Class hours: Mon. & Wed. 3:30 - 4:45 in CIWW Room 101
In this course, we will study the fundamentals of computer programming ... one of the towering intellectual achievements of the last 100 years. We will design, code, and debug programs using Python as we explore these concepts.
Please feel free to send me email with any questions to email@example.com or come see me during my office hours which are scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall semester, 3:30 to 4:30 PM or by appointment; Warren Weaver Hall, Room 322 (which is at 251 Mercer Street).
Syllabus • Resources • Python Turtle Graphics
Brief Summary of Turtle Graphics • HTML Colors for Turtle Graphics
We are fortunate to have Abhishek Saksena (as4928 [at] nyu.edu), Eric Limjoco (edl269 [at] nyu.edu) and Baiyang Zou (Yang) (bz446 [at] nyu.edu) to help you with your programs in this course. They will be available to help students at 14 Washington Place lab and will be using the PC just to the right as you come down the stairs, at the following times.
Also, ITS consultants should be available most times. Click for computer-lab hours
For further information on the Computer
Applications Minor and the Computer Science Minor see:
Computer Science Minor Programs
and Computer Science Department